Above, Jatropha seeds oil pressing being demonstrated to a group of farmers in Sori village-Kondoa District
Farmers weighing ginger at the collection center.
AB-Nuts Tree Nursery, Kwezitu Village in Muheza
High quality services: Quality is what Faida MaLi strives to achieve. Creativity/Innovativeness and intergrity to our attitude has earned Faida MaLi a reputation of high performance and commitment which enabled the organization remain in the cutting edge in development work in Tanzania.Faida MaLi has a track record of managing agricultural extension projects especially with emphasis on marketable produce through market linkage facilitation and value chain development.
ICT Service provision:Faida MaLi in collaboration with AGRA and Digital Green from India, we are piloting a replicable project in the rice and beans smallholder and medium farmers in Mbeya and Morogoro regions. The ICT component is been applied to document and disseminate best bet practices in the aspects of technical (extension services) and marketing aspects to the target group. The project is been implemented by Faida MaLi to date.
Good governance:Faida MaLi is highly experienced in managing multi-donor projects. The organisation has a clean track record in managing donor funds with high level of transparency, effectiveness, efficiency and good track record in financial management.
Qualified and competent staff:Faida MaLi has in-house skills in agribusiness, agronomy & extension, community development, projects planning and implementation,entrepreneurship,monitoring and evaluation.
Having long experience in the field of market linkage activities: Since its establishment in 2003, Faida MaLi has performed remarkable numbers of short and long term successful assignments/consultancies that have enabled the organization to contribute to the communities development activities.
Well developed and tested training modules: Faida MaLi has developed and tested hands on practical training modules which are used in capacity building of smallholder and medium producers and other local, regional and international practitioners. These include group formation, good governance, gross margin analysis, record keeping, extension services, and access to microfinance (savings & credit schemes) farming as business, contract farming, business awareness training/entrepreneurship and farm planning. Tailor made trainings are also offered depending on particular clients needs.